International photojournalism

Italy
Endless Duomo
Go deep in Milan's art and history of its most famous Cathedral

Under the Milan cathedral, better known as Duomo, there's a hidden factory where, from centuries, a lot of people work endlessly: bricklayers, carpenters, sculptors, restorers. The Duomo is an infinite construction site because it’s built with a marble so unique and beautiful but also fragile when i
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Slovenia
Ljubljana
Europe's green capital

Ljubljana appears to be the perfect manifesto of an environmentally sustainable city. It has been proclamed "European Green Capital for 2016", by the EU Commission and his celebrating its new soul with events and ambitious projects.

With its 287,000 inhabitants, has suddenly become a model
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Slovenia
Metelkova
Artistic squatting in Ljubljana

Forget Christiania and other failed, utopian "alternative" spots. In the heart of Ljubljana (Slovenia's capital), in what was a 19th century military barracks of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, lie one of the largest and arguably most successful urban squats in Europe. The self proclaimed Metelkova "Me
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India
Mother Teresa for Saint!
The angel of Calcutta

On September 4th, 2016 Pope Francis will proclaim saint a tiny nun from Albania, born in 1910 and passed away 87 years later: Mother Teresa. Just by saying that name everybody recalls immediately her minute figure, wrapped up in a white and blue sari, always with a smile on her wrinkled face. Having
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Europe
Via Francigena
From Rome to Jerusalem along the ancient pilgrim paths

'A journey of a thousand miles always begins with a single step'.

The act of reaching a far destination on foot shows the will to test oneself strength investing some of your energy and time to get deeper into a man's soul. The time spent walking may really change your life. The Italian Mi
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Kenya
Kakuma, nowhere on Earth
Where Islamic terrorism meets no-man's land

In the extreme north of Kenya, not far from the South Sudanese border, is a hot, dusty and waterless place called nowhere. Or Kakuma, as it translates in the local Turkana language. Since 1992, Kakuma is the place that the Kenya government has chosen to give temporary shelter to hundreds of thousand
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Somalia
Hell's kitchen
How a cook becomes a symbol of Mogadishu's painful rebirthing

Ahmed Jama is a cook. He had a quiet job in London, yet one day he decided to return to his Mogadishu. Here he opened a restaurant with the idea of restoring confidence in a city ravaged by civil war, and of healing with food the fractures caused by the conflict. The al-Shabaab islamic extremists
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Italy
Climatic grand tour
How climate change is reshaping Italy's landscape

It's no news anymore: climate change is already on, everywhere in the world. Italy, that narrow territory extending in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea among North Africa and Central Europe, is no exception. Italy is the perfect place to host the "Euro-Mediterranean Center on Climate Change". Her
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Spain
Ella
A kid craves the other sex, and gets it. On himself

Eli is 11, lives in Madrid, Spain, with her family and she is one of the youngest transsexuals in the world. When he turned two, and his name was still Fernando, his parents noticed that their son was feeling like a girl, and that his biological sex seemed to be in contrast with his psychological on
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Turkey
Single party rule
Erdogan's election gamble pays off

Only five months has gone past since last elections in which Erdogan's party failed for the first time to obtain the parliamentary majority. The HDP infact (Halklar?n Demokratik Partisi - People's Democratic Party), the Kurdish inspired party - was able to brake the 10% electoral threshold entering
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Zimbabwe
A sad future for elephants?
Poaching and overpopulation. An impossible dilemma

Just few months after the scandal about Cecil, the lion killed in Zimbabwe by an American dentist under controversial circumstances - who shook the world last summer - it is today's again breaking news the shocking picture of a German hunter who spent 60,000 Euros to kill one of the biggest elephant
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United States
Chicagoland
Where the american dream was born

Before airplanes, those traveling coast to coast across USA by train had to pass through Chicago. Strategic and logistic center since its very beginning, the "wind city" became the slaughter house of America: Chicago's meat processing system inspired the idea of the assembly line and the whole capit
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Cuba
Havana. Castro's Academy
Escuela Nacional de Arte

When Fidel Castro took the power in Havana, in 1960, one of his first acts was the confiscation of the great golf course on the South side of the city. He wanted to build a school of fine arts on it, better: "the most beautiful academy of fine arts of the world". And with no fees for the students. C
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Austria
Check this out
Immigrants manage a cosy hotel in Vienna

Magdas hotel is a social project for integration deployed by Caritas Vienna, which invested 1,5 million EUR to turn an old building located around Prater (the famous luna park of the Austrian capital) into a hotel. Most of the workers of Magdas hotel are immigrants. Some of them are political refuge
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Benin
12 years, a slave
A child nightmare

Every year, between 100,000 and 200,000 kids are estimated to be trafficked from Benin to nearby Nigeria. Many of them are street kids snatched in Beninese markets by professional traffickers, who sell them for up to 100 U.S. dollars each. Some are actually sold to traffickers by their parents for a
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Sweden
In the ghetto
A district where integration and fundamentalism get mixed up

In Rinkeby, a neighbourhood located in the North of Stockholm, the 95% of people come from abroad. It's a kaleidoscope of 60 ethnic groups and 40 different languages: there are people from Somalia, Iraq, Syria but even from Lebanon, Ethiopia, Turkey, Bosnia, Romania, Bengal, Peru. In Sweden, places
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International photojournalism